Mario Strikers: Battle League was one of the big surprises of the February 2022 Nintendo Direct. This revival of Mario’s arcade soccer series launches with an online club mode this summer.
Musou fans have a lot to look forward to in Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes. It blends Dynasty Warriors-type battles with Fire Emblem’s great storytelling. Just like Three Houses, Three Hopes features a playable path for each of its three factions.
This remake of a nearly 30-year-old RPG could be Nintendo’s most unexpected hit this year. Live a Live is a groundbreaking RPG spread across seven distinct time periods that’s being released internationally for the first time.
In a year that’s already good for Nintendo RPGs, Xenoblade Chronicles 3 may be the best news for fans of the genre. This continuation of the wildly popular series actually had its release date moved up by several months from its announced September launch.
The next iteration of Nintendo’s colorful competitive shooter is due in September. Splatoon 3 introduces desert and city maps, along with more weapons, modes, and traversal options.
We’ve been waiting on a Bayonetta 3 release date for years now. After a 2021 trailer, Nintendo says it’s coming out in 2022. If anything on this list slips to 2023, it’ll likely be PlatinumGames’ over-the-top character action game.